Tough sell: the 157th house re-enters the $5 million-plus pool

93 Clapboard Ridge, on the market since 2013, when it started at $9.750 million, is back on at $7.495. It's a nice house, but it will be hard to distinguish it from others in its class, and 1999 architecture doesn't really stand out in our stock of available housing for this price range.

(Update) It strikes me that, if you have, say, $4.5 million to spend on your house, there's an incredibly large selection available now. I'm not suggesting that this house will sell for that - heaven forfend - but somewhere out there among those 157 homes is an owner willing to admit defeat, accept that he made a bad trade, and move on.